Varieties are supplied subject to contracts between CIRAD and users of the quarantine service. The contracts, which are usually for five years, are drawn up on a lump sum basis intended to cover quarantine service operating costs. They are accompanied by an annual planting material transfer agreement (MTA) specifying the varieties transferred.
2. Send your import permit: Essential Document!
An import permit for the desired varieties must be issued by the official plant protection services in your country. Our varieties only leave quarantine once the import permit has been received. They are then accompanied by a certificate of origin for the cuttings, along with a phytosanitary certificate from the Regional Food Authority in France.
Biology and Genetics of Plant-Pahogen Interactions Joint Research Unit
Campus international de Baillarguet, TA A-54/K
34398 Montpellier cedex 5